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USSR UDC 669.721.5'884:539-4:539.56 I , YELKIN, F. M. , KUDRYASHOV, V. G. -.2aaUx""_ "Dependence of the Mechanical Properties of Magnesium and Binary Mg-Li Alloys on TeuTerature" V sb. Strtfl~.tura i svoystva lerk.-splavov (Structura and Properties of Light Alloys -- collection of works) , floscow, Nauk-a Press, 1971, pp 123-127 (f rom. U_Zh-lEetal- lur~iya, No 4, Apr 72, Abstract No 41G54) Translation: A study was made of the effect of alloying Li in the anioulit of 4, 8.,and 14". on the nechanical properties of Mg at test tev-peratures from -1.96 to +300*. The increase in Li content in the alloys proL-,otes an increase in plastic- ity by 5-10 times. The strength decreases by 2-3 times. flue increase in the amount of beta-phase with body-centered cubic lattice Li in 11--Li alloyt; in- creases the terinperature sensitivity of their strength characLeristics. For bi- nary Mg-Li alloys, in contrast to pure fig, the. presence of a plasticity trou2,11 at defined test temperatures is characteristic. 'Mis indicatus the inclination of L:iesc alloys toward erI1rittlevx-nt,catLsed probably by the presence of Na in the alloys. Alloyinl- ;'-'g vIth lithium essentially reduces tne sensitivity of Mg-Li alloys to notching. Three illustrations and a 7-entry biblioZrap*ny. USSR UDC 669.721.5:54-8.53 OVECHRIN, B. I., GURI DZYMENKO, 11. 1., IMINIA, R. F. "Peculiarities of the Variatio-as in Structure During the Proccss of Deformation and Recrystallization of Magriesium Alloy Sheets" V sb. Struktura i svoystva leEk. splavov (Structure aj)d Properties of Light Alloys -- collection of works), Hoscow, Nauka Press, 1971, pp 61-64 (from PZ.h- 1%tallurgiya, N--o 4, Apr 72, Abstract '.;.-,o 41653) Translation: A study was made of the variation of the structure of M.~S ond alloy sheets after warm rolling and annealing. New da-La were obtained on the peculiarities of recrystallizition in these alloys. It was established that in the defor-unti-on bands in tile surface layers in coi,.Iparison with the central layers, the temperature rarge of recryst-allization is shifted to lower tem-%-ra- turcs. These charact~--ristic features of recryctal-lization can be used iTaking nbeets In tile f;c1rdpvuned state- 3 illustrationS tend 10-entry 'r)iblio.,-,- raphy. USSR UDG 669.721.5'5'296'73:548.53:539.4 DRITS, M. YE. , GUR'YLV, 1. 1., BAMITINTA, T. M. "Recrystallization Diagram and Mechanical Properties of WIDZ Alloy as a Function of the Degree of Deformation and the Annealing Temperature" V sb. Struktura i svoystva left. _.~jRlavov (Structure and Properties of Light Alloys -- collection of works), Moscow, NauRa Press, 1971, pp 64-68 (from IIZh- Metallurgiva, No 4, Apr 72, Abstract INTo 41657) Translation: A study was made of the effect of structure on the mechanical prop- erties of sheets of the new 1,11g-alloy, ITIM of the Mg-Zii-7r-Cd-La system. I t I~a 5 established that the maximum strength characteristics are, achieved in the presence of an unrecrystallized or partially recrystallized structure and decrease step- wise as tile degree of recrystallization and grain size increase. The optimal annealing temperature is 250-300'C. The recrystallization diagram of the WIM' alloy and the graph of the mechanical properties as a function of prain size and annealing teraperature were constructed. Yhree illuszui-ations and t-WO tables. 1/1 USSR BONDARFV, B. I., GUR'YEV, I. I. UDC 669.721.OIS.9 "Some Characteris ics of Manufactured Series and New Deformable Magnesium Alloys" Metalloved. snlavov 1~~!71-ikh met. -- V sb. (Physical Metallur:~Ir of Alloys of Light ~Ietals -- collection of works), Moscw, Nauka Er,-rs, 1970., pp 181-185 (from. PZh-'Ietallur,.~iva., No 4, Apr 71, Abstract No 4G225) Translation: The effect of admixtures on the structurt~ and pronerties cf ltkS-I, MA8,and VIf65-1 alloys is analvzed. The ouantitative 1;:a7 determinin~i: the .,rain size and technological nature of the in-ot durin,~ itf-. deformation is derived. The possibility of irq)rovinc~ the corrosive resistance and mechanical properties of the inter-medifate products manufactured from these alloys is established. There are 4 illustrations and 1 table. Lis 5 "S3%" C.:~;.*l'-'.;)V, V. :L, o f vc; S f z za io a ~- a zi z -L C, 0 C!;c C-.c ib c Z Zasz: 'Zon" i Z: C! C,; t. C 0 11 Z L 11, ~ 'D y ic t 6 C, C, 3'/i. _..i )y '170 ma.:~u tlie 04liC Cfj Locaze Zl-..~-, G:: L.. L! -0:., ne c Z: Z a L 7 U G,-, 0: Zhe SoUnd e,.L4SS4Gn Sj~:~--Ce Lo r 1/2 26 76, Z: 2/2 USSR uDc:669..721.018-26 BONDAREV., B. I., and GURIYEV,.,.'~. I. "Special Features of the Production of Serial and New Da-formble Magnesium Alloys 11 Meetallovedeni,~e Splavoy LeC-kikh 1-1--tallov-Sbornik, Ibscow;? "Nauka", 1970, pp 181-185, resume Translation: The effects of adrdxtures on the structure and properties of the MAB-I, MA8, and Wb5-1 alloys are analyzed. A quantitative regularity was established which specifies the f;rain size and technological condition of the ingot by its deformation. The possibility uas established for increasinE tile corrosion resistance and improving the rechanical properties of intermediate products. Four figures, one table. 1/1 112 031 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--160CT70 TITLE--At_CHANIS;i OF THE RADIATIOrl %rR,)SSLI.'.r0-NG OF 5GLlo RUVo"'-s"'S -,j- AUTHOk-(05)-~9ZLOV, V.T., GURYEV, M.V., YEVSEYEV, A.G., KASHCVSj~4jAj ZUBUVI P.I. COUNTRY OF INFU--USSR SOURCE--VYSOKOMOL. SOEDIN., SER. A 1970, 12(3)v 592-601 DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--CHEMISTRY, MATERIALS, NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TOPIC TAGS--GAMMA RADIATION, POLYMER CROSSLINKING, FREE RADICAL, _;:PR SPECTROMETRY, GEL, NATURAL RUBBERI POLYISOPRENE, POLYCHLO:,jPi,~ENIE, POLYBUTADIENE, BUTACIENE STYRENE RESIN, COPOLYMER, POLY51LDXANEv CHLOROFLUOROCARBON COMPOUND, FLUORINATED ORGANIC COMPOUND, SYNTHETIC RUBBER CONTROL 14ARKING--NO RESTR!CTIONS DOCU14ENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--1995/1207 STEP NL)--UR/0459/70/012/003/0592/0601 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0116672 UNCLASSIFIED 2/2 031 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--160CT70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0116672 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. SAMPLES OF 22 DIFFEkENT AUBBERS WERE IRRADIATED BY A PRIME60 CO SOURCE. THE FREE RADICAL YIELDS (G SUBR) WERE DETD. BY EPR SPECTROMETRY. THE CROSSLINK YIELDS (G SUBC) WERE DETD. BY THE SWELLING DEGREE OF THE SAMVL~S AND(OR) THE GEL FRACTION CONTENTS. FOR MOST OF THE SAMPLES (NATURAL kUb8Ekp POLYISOPRENES, POLY CHLOROPR ENES CONTG. S BONDS, POLYBUTADIENES, BUTADIENE STYRENE COPOLYMERS, BUTADIENE METHYLSTYRENE COPOLYMER, ETHYLENE PROPYLENE COPOLYMERS, POLY(UIMETHYLSILOXA-.NE), POLY (DI `4ETHYLMETHYLVINYLSI LOXANES , PULY (DIMETHYLMETHYLPHENYLSILOXAtIES)I POLY(DI,METHYLDIPHENYLSILOXANE)) G SUBC GREATER THAN G SUB';Z-Z. THE HALOGEN CONTG. RUBBERS (POLY(TRIFLUOkOCHLOkOETHYLENE), VINYL!DENE FLUORIDE HEXAFLUORUPROPYLENE COPOLYMER, OR VINYLIDENE FLUORIDE TRIFLUOROMETHYL PEAFLUUROVINYL ETHER COPOLYMERS) HAD G SUBR-2G SUBC SIMILAR TO 1. THE RADIATION Cr~OSSLINKING OF kUBBERS C0NSlSrS OF FAST PROCESSES (SIMILAR TO 10 PRIME NEGATIVE 16 SEC) W~iICH FULLOW THE ACTIVATION OR IONIZATION AT LOCATIONS CLOSE TO porENrIAL '-RUSSLINKS, AND SLOWER PROCESSES INVOLVING THE TRANSFER OF EXCITONS OR CHARGES. FACILITY: NAUCH.-ISSLED. INST. REZ. PROM., MOSCUww USSR. ;lNC L A S S1'- 1) A US,:', R 11,0ZLOV, V. T., G V- V. , YEVSE.YEV, A. G. 7 ~A,_ P. I. Scientif;.c Researc- Instituze of zhe 1-,u*,-)71.,C!1- Committee for Chemiszry; Scientifle Researck-, -1-1hysico L. Ya. Karpov, Moscow, State Committee foz IfInvestigation of the Mechanism of Radiation liard Rubber" IN-loscow, Vysokomoiekvilvarnyye Soyedineniya, Voi "-c; Abstract: The mechanisim of radiation cross-linikinc- 22 clastomer ot- various struictura matic and halogen. substituted hydrocarbons ;,n(I groups -Cil-,, -C6115 in various all elastoricrs stu6iod, tho cross-link yiel(.', i,,;iAs half the radUcai yiield, based on th,! tha-, a cross Unlk. ~',n exception to this rule is ti-le casc z0j~y! mars ir, -whicil -che radical yield is ,ppro.,,_-*,r,.a-~o1y the In many hydrocarbon elastomers, an increaso -;l-. c;,ii.*.C.!._.,-,~, to forra radicals leads to a reducLi4on in 1/2 ITSSR KOZIjAr, V. T. , (!t Al, VySOkOM0lcku1yarnyy(:! Soyedi.i,., Mar 70, pp 592-601 the radical yield to twice the cross-llink ?-,C,,1(7 a number of polysilaxanas these ratios vary isolated double bonds lowers the radical yields anLl yields. Both radical and cross-link yields are aromatic groups, the cross-link yield being rcciluc~,'"--- gn: Radiation cross-linking is attributed to a riochwnis-. L.C" ing exposure and noes through a numbei: oi. clect.-on rapid processes (01.7 th 0ordur ot-10 secon-' o' zation or excitation of regions in close prox ty xn~! u.'. -1-11 cular cross linking; the sequence also Includk2s J. f down by transfer of an exciton or excitcdi char~;o Into t:-_(2sQ contribution is also made by processes of thu in-ter-action and the ions produced when radicals captUr~2 Cjljjl:C~2G. '11_~Q 7!0iCCUIi.-L,7 ~I'UC_ ture olf the elastomer determines the relative contri-D-utiorl Of these processes to the overall cross-link yield. 2/2 USSR LTDC 621.3.062.38(083.2) CUR'YEV R,!,~--G., STV!ISLAVSI,!Y, R. L. "Standby Electric Power Supply Unit" USSR Author's Certif -ica-te- -:'o 265267, Filed 4 Feb 67, Published 23 Jun 70 (f rom RM-Elektrotekhnika i Energetika, No 3, Mar 71, Abstract No 3Ye88P) Translation: ''Istan,iby electric power sunply unit SN ES i PS [medium volta~;e, electric power plantand substation] equipped with a coupling autotransfori-,icr has been patented. It is distinguished by tlie fact that in order to improve the reliability, an additional medium volta,--c transformer is included in the autotransformer cotiplin,-, circuit on the modium volta,-Ie side (see the C, Additional medium voltage transformer USSR GRANBERG, A. G., P. "Problems of Modeling of Interregional Communications" Metody i Modeli Territor. Planir. [Methods and Models of Torritorial Planning -- Collection of Works], No 1, Novosibirsk, 1971, pp 222-265 (Translated from Referativnyy Zhurnal, ldbernetika, No 2, 1972, Abstract No 2 V497i). NO ABSTRACT. 17 - USSR V i LE,17K IN, A -~-,-,JR YE . A. UDO 621-1`16-7~'--I USSR Author 13 Ccrti'-icate No 27r-l--- iled 1~5 Fab 12 :;C', 70 rom. R'Zh--E1ek'IrcniI-a i yeye ri--. --niye N'o 4', ripril 1971, ,~batract Nc Translation: A d-c voltage rerulatcr is proposed which containo a switch I.: iyu ch- evqyj-~O-,-I-_rc1 ele--:ent, e d-c and a c=~3arlnc- r. d i t 2 h e t i *,, y t, - ec tne ob4ect of aecrez- C; output voltar~ ind the dyr,,imic churacteristico, it control. ti-.jn-,- j~tC- 43 uced in it; collector of ~hc tminuis'Lor is connected to cnc- of the outlctE of t~,e feedback windinr- of the transformer o--:' I,he blockim- oscillatcr of the contral clc~nent and to a c:3-acitor coupled with tne in,-.-Ut termimi of 4L"nc- reEilatcr. Tne emil-ter i1a connected to the oiutput terr-Inal, ~-rd the ki~;e to tne d-c amplifier. 1 ill. USSR UDC 547.51 +541.15 + 661.718.1 BABKINA, E. 1. . VINOGRADSKAYA, L. S., DOBROVA, Ye. I., an"I QUR_'YHI;A. N. A,., Branch of the Physical Chemical Scientific Rescarch Instituce imenL L. Ya. Karpov "Radiochermical Synthesis of Organophosphorus Compounds Based on Indene and Phosphorus Trichloride" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khimii, Vol 43 (105), Ko 9, Sep 73, pp 2084-2085 ,,bsLract: Gamma irradiaLion of the m[xtares of indene and PC13 under con- 1 ditions favoring either addition aT PC13 to the double I)ond or polymerizat ton as well as under conditions practically excluding the possibility olf poiymeri- zation yields, fails to induce the addition Of PC13 to thc indene along the double bond. This may be due to an extremely unsaturatcd state of the indene double bond leading principally to the polymerization prcducts. 1/1 015 &-k-27NO3470 TITLE--REARRANGED IONIC MOLECULAR REACTIONS IN MIXTURES OF NITROGEN WITH CHLOROCARBONS. 1. NITROGEN CARBON TETRACHLORIDE -U- AUTHOR-(02)-Gu N.A., FO,4INr O.K. COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE--KHIM. VYS. ENERG. 19701 4(3)l 279 DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--CHEMISTRY TOPIC TAGS--CHLORINATED OPGAN[C COMPOUND, NITROGEN, CARBON TETRACHLORIOEP MASS SPECTROMETERt INTRAMOLECULAR MECHANICS/(U)MKH1303 MASS SPECTROMETER CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASS[FIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--3008/0868 STEP NO--UR/0456/7010041003/0279/0279 CIRC Ar-CESSION' 1110--AP0137896 lViC LASSIFIED ~'/2 015 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--27NOV70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0137896 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. ION MOL. REACTIONS IN N WITH CCL SUB4 MIXTS. WERE STUDIED WITH THE AID OF THE MASS SPECTROMETER MKH,1303. IN THE REACTION OF N PRIME POSITIVE AND N SUB2 PRIME POSITIVE WITH CCL SUB4, CNCL PRIME POSITIVE FORMED. THE RATE OF THE REACTION CONST. IS 5.1 TIMES 10 PRIME NEGATIVEll ML MOLE PRIME NEGATIVE1 SEC PRIME NEGATIVE1 WHICH CORRESPONDED TO THE EFFECTIVE COLLISION OF N PRIME POSITIVE WITH CCL SUB4, 2.4 TIMES 10 PRIME NEGATIVE2. FACILITY: FIZ. KHIM. INST. IM. KARPOVA, MOSCOWt USSR. UNICLASSIFIED U4': (Z T~ GLIR'YEVA N. i. -PY'K:,T T", , Y-J. A. "Evaluaticr of t-- S-~=-s State 7oro--'~! Sb. nal-,c-;. tL--. F-erm. i':--t (Collectic-1. Of Sc;.cr!t-;f!C. 93, r~:) 227-z- Mar 72, Abstract N`0 3VI~--~J% Transl-:;t--o- :in a strei'jth caicalation a s1-1-111 cf _-"F, by two shells of cons-cant radius, the preatest and least 2-~-,dii of the i ni a I shell. Th- order of toro,dal ~7hell of varia'ile t -ne s-,ressc-s arising in a L - i radius is thus determ"nei. The load is a uniform intemal TI~c results of the callcjlation are shown in the form of A calculati.o:- shGwed char ---;- greazes-- s-:~resses in the torus are the locaue(I on t'le - contour. - external sin-face close to the sea]. at the inner re:- art- also g-1ven. 4. G. -,~-regulov. 1/i r, p v r, .y t, I nil Qfj I I fe rc nL tn,~i,.nolcr, produc tv 0:, -.n:, 1 0 vi ~ " I "Un, vy I., ',)I): , IvIc. I c"! I 111.nerl, 1 -',-.nti oi~ ti fl I t.'l 23 J V i V- 0 111: "' 0 1 ': 1; (1 -;-' " w.i,! ten iz :jolnatw~ tp.,41 r~ C-:lt tr:,: ril'A 1 0 f a I v a7jro I. t, a ya t (I'm i a y m u m I t ,f tho 'Il'OdLIIAll or Mhl I a V I la by: L 1, of ,I fitit!: t c 1~ J."., i. jimlit I ty ;I II.-J ACI: wv, 1, 1 1 7,;, k . v,; c I,.- I. 1,!U, OU no t.c t ~I o f .1j. 1, f. -1 wi n dofI1111f) A vAv, (A" 'I'vocotinItIA 1~u-;I,,.)O P, of .I I,, ; no mic, C,f :I,tnlytl L" ml,011 I-Mr, 1100rolit)" Irl 1.11" E)0:1,1141.lun Vor LIM VbIA-1, N0.1; OF Tiff.., IN A C, 0 2 1 Tip of aup;mv'. F- litik of hi;tinv r.~lilitc tia a voiwro or avt!.iyr,a wh!rh Include th'y part of trill "Intio.1 IMIJ Ln 13 ro~~'.-.~lorntov 4),,' -.140 bnln.:co dc)(.,!j ziot It 1,c, atm,,uphor*o:. t;ha or.- corr7 Dot pvnce"nea Of thermall arid tiori of ~,r..nhoui;(j 4j;st,,n, In t1m:!O C02"c 'Dr. Ulu of glot,-'Ant rr,.r-,F. tho plantu MUlt orto inlriej,als ':-om t'4u ,,r, wnntov or n3i*,h~r plazit.3 co-it.nii n cort.,,icloplible r4ulirll,ity tif r-Arior-al -il,:mmile3. A prwrIn'-ii,. r.~,Lhud Lion Ir.,cn de- veiG;,Od rcit- r,)tui-nlx.F, th~,m without oxy.-,riii 2. it 1-1 t~snt oy tho -p-.(,wA;tg of wfknte a.11 leavov it Is to cbtli'n, a 'I'lluty I'llort willul, by bolstiw. iL 19 to n p;-otoip. 'Itio C/) Y1,31d ~f fi-ar. t~!~l 11COnOMiV.41117 M11,01ablu purt oV tV,,3 Plnjto In 62-7'j',-,or Llij wol,*.1,01; or Lho 1rilLial pi-oduct. Th" F);,~Lvf.C.L colitalrin Es'll. tho pi-lli.;lpal mine.-Lil 01011miLa 1~n y tirl to 3()',,' o! the pbuil. a q uant i L, TIM 0011OCtOill JUI.CIJ UNUO 90 tl;V 1111titll ju- trAollt tic,lutiorl rov rtiltwitiTiv. Chlo:-ol.111. 'i'llo 1-onultal of n cultivatini, or Chloralla rovenlod the poaallollity or ualtrig the juicia for ita cultivation. 1$2 y 112- 010 UNCLASSIFIED f PROCESSING DATE-30OCT70 TITLE--REACTFOU i3F MCLYBDENU4 wITH OxImES. REACTION OF MOLYBDENUM WITH MOIND AND f)14JXT.Mc-:S JIF ALPHA FURIL IN THE Pr~ESENCE OF STANNOUS CHLORIDE AUTHOR-102)-PESHN,0VAP V.M.t SURYEVA, YE.S. t,-, COUNTRY OF [NF0--USSR SOURCE--VESTN. MOSK. U%IV., KHIM, 1970v 11ol, 79-83 DATE,: PUBL ISHED ------- 7 C S U 6 J E C T A ;, _z _' S, i -, 1 S TY T 0 p I c TA - S - - __ E~ , __ L:~:~ D ~c_ ',. ~, X C ~; 11 P L E: X r S P E: C T R 0 ~'ri L) 7 0"1 E TILSST i i C HL OR I D E s CP L C 0; M P 0 Ll N L) CONTROL MARKING--,'40 RESTRICTIONS OC-CUME4T CLASS--~i,' C;'5SlFizD PROXY REEL/FRAME--1997/0586 STEP CIRC ACCESSION 1'40-00119504 UNCLASSIFIED 2/2 010 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--30OCT70 CERC ACCESSION N'O--AAPOL19504 ABSTkACT/EXTkACY-tU~ GP-0- ABSTRACT. THE COMPLEX FjA'4ATI0,N OF MOLYBDENLIN WITH '1110N0 AND DIOXIMES OF ALPHA FURIL IN THE G'-F SNCL SUB2 WAS INVESTIG4TEO SPECTROPHOTOMETRICALLY AT 390 T H E RATIO OF COMPONENTS '-!OIV )-S,J I I I )-MONUXIM~ WAS 2 TO 6 TO IN GASE OF DIOXIME THE RATIO COULD NOT 6E -EST48LISHED UN ACCOUNF Uf OF THE COMPLEX. UNCLASSIFIED ~1/2 016 UINCLASSI FIED PROCESSING DATE--230CT70 TITLE--USE OF A COMPUTER TO CALCULATE SECOND MOMENTS OF EXPERIMENTAL NMR SPECTRA -U- AUTHOR-(04)-FALALEYEVi O.V.j FALALEYEVAr L.G-t LUNDIN, A.G., GURYEVICHo A.S. COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE--PRIS. TEKH. EKSP- 1970p It 249 DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--PHYSICS TOPIC TAGS--NMR SPECTRAl COMPUTER CALCULATION9 SPECTRUM AtJALYSIS, MATHEMATIC MODEL, AUTOCORRELATION FUNCTION CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIEO PROXY REEL/FRAME--1988/1553 STEP NO--UR/0120/70/001/000/0249/0249 CIRC ACCESSION NO---AP0106299 UNC L A S S IF I E 0 2/2 016 UNCL ASS I F I ED PROCESSING, 9AFE-230CT70 CIRC ACCESSION NO-AP0106299 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT-(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. IN ORDER TO FINO THE UPTIMUM METHODS FOR SPECTRUM PROCESSING WITH BACKGROUNO NOIS~~-S TIC-1 MATH . MODELS WERE USED. THE MODELS OF THE NN1R SPECTRA WEKr- SELECTED 1\1 THE FORM OF A GAUSSIAN CURVE AND ALSO AS AN UNRESOLVED 00U3LET. THE NOISES N WERE MODELED AS A SERIES OF ORDINARY NOS. wITH AN AUTLrURRELATIO, FUNCTION K(TAU) EQUALS SIGMA XI PRIMIE2 EXP (14INUS TAU-RC) WHERE SIGMA XI IS ROOT MEAN S~)UARE VALUE OF THE NOISES, RC IS CONST. OF TIME FOR THE FILTER OF LOWER FREQUENCIES AT THE RADIOSPECTROMETER EXIC. THE 2ND MOMENT WAS CALCD. ACCORDING TO THE ABSORPTION CURVE WHICH WAS REGENERATED BY INTEGRATION 00F THE D2RIV. FACILITY: INST. FIZ.v KRASNOYARSKi USSR* C C I F r r-f,. Pes USSR UDC 5142.938.-547.26'118 NIF 0 k'. MNOROV, K. V., GURYLEV. E. A., BEL'SKIY V. Ye., and MAYOROVA, T. A., Institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry imeni A. Ye. t',--!--,uzov Academy of Sciences USSR "Kinetics and the Mechanism of Hydrolysis of Chlorophos and Some of Its Analogs" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khinii, Vol 43 (105), No 9, Sep 73, pp 1925-1929 Abstract: The kinetics of aqueous hydrolysis of chlorophos and some of its analogs were investigated. it was shown that the reactiou occurs in two directions, each of which exhibits several stages. A diagram for the Mdrolysis has been proposed. The overall constant of hydrolysis and the constants of the reaction rates in both directions have been evaluated. It has been shown that changes in the molecular structure [lad .1 definite ef- ze~- on thle rate and the d1rection of the hydrolysis. L/ I USSR UDC 547.261118 + 541.127 NIKONOROV, K. V., G-OfffLEEV, E. A., and ~ERTSALOZ-k, F. F., Institute of Organic and Physi-691 Chemistry Imeni A. Ye. Arbuzov, Academy of Sciences, SSSR Kazan' "Reaction of Dialkyl- or Diaryl I-Alkoxy-2,2,2-trichloroethyl Phosphites With Halogen Compounds" Leningrad, Zhrunal Obshchey Khimii, Vol 42 (104), No 12, Dec 72, pp 2661- 2664 Abstract: investigating the reaction of dialkyl- and diaryl 1-alkoxy- 2,2,2-trichloroethyl phosphites with halogen compounds -- benzyl bromide, acetyl chloride, acetyl bromide, benzoyl chloride, and chloral -- it was shown that the reaction of dialkyl I-alkoxy-2,2,2-trichloroethyl phosphices with alkyl halides takes place with a strong electron donor radical being eliminated. The reaction of dialkyl- and diaryl 1-alkoxy-2,2,2-trichloro- ethyl Dhosphites with acyl halides takes place with the elimination of 1-al~-.o%-v-2,2,2-tr4-cbloroethv1 radical. With chloral the phosphites yield respective dichlorovinyl phosphates. 51 - USSR UDC: 547.2C)'118'113 T BIRYUK'OV., I. P., ZIKONOROV, K. V.) QU4=6~1 DEYCH, A. Ya., insGit).it of Organic and Physical Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of the USSR "Investigation of Organic Com-pounds of Trivalent Phosphorus RPIC!, amd Ccl3CCH(OH)P(O)RR by the Method of Nuclear Quadrupole Resonwice" ~,. 2, Leningrad, Zhurral Obshchey nimii, Vo! 4-2(io4), No 6, jul 72, pp 1-223' 0K Abstract: A mulse method oT miclear qxadrupole resonance .a-s -,-,zed a' 77 - I study 23 organic compounds of phosphorus, RPC12 and Cl 3 rne esults are given in tables and ~-,ra-rphs. A corm-arison of the imelear ra,,,netic resonance f-Preaqencies of or;-anochlorop'-osphorus co-mounis and their aanaloj-,s -- organylehlorosilunes, -- ~;howed that the frequencies lie rilon," a correl,~,tion line calculated by the least sim, method: ~i:, -- -!I- (A) A comparison of the experlz,.nntal and theoretical ot' 1) ,,, s1r,,()ws thm~ alloxy r-rotips or thoge witha-it an or,,:,inic r-a,Iicril deviate f*rom the correlution line. It was also found that, the fr~! of nuclear quad-rurole resomance increase with an increase in the minler of' mel.n.vj- groups in the molec-,Ac. 15SR uDC 542.93Si661.718).1 A I M FIE, A , L . S .t_ D-1 I A N CV, A . A .L' S 41% 1 Y , V - 171 y d GUX 7-*,~, z,L, .0 Inslitute Of OrL-nic Cal -Chenls*:Cy l.;- - Ye. ov, de::,y. of _4clences "Hyd-rolv--is Of Di,-.ethvl- (1 -ace tloxy-2,2,2-trichloroc thyl) phosphcnate" Yloscow, Izvestiva Akadlemii Nauk SSSITI, Serlya MmAc-3skayal 'No 10, Cct 71, pp Abstracti -Chlon--ceton-hos its ro-_Itc~ 4,or its lysis, and t"lat Z,. 11tr c OCCUr Si:!Ult_-Lrl~',-;U,`ly, 411-.0 LCC-L'IC ~-'nz- fo=ci I- ~he ac !7.7- hydrolyzils fund .2it it acc~,Ilcl~_-_C_-s with "he Lncrc-.s~_ of --l'. The overall r~:.Ac conot,~nts for th.:! indilal _~cactilon peri 0 4,c; a-, w=C C.8 50, 70 ~rd 90- 1/1 USSR UDC 542.91+66'1.713.1 NIKONOROV, K. V., ~GIUAYiEV, E. A., ,'--r-RTSAIDVA, F. F., institute of Organic and Physical Chemistry amerd Ye. X~-Duzov, Academy of Sciences, ~,'63a "Preparation of Phosphorylate-d Caloral Mercaptals" Moscow, Izvestiya Akademayi Nauk SSSR, Seriya Khimicheskaya, 14'o 5. Hay '?0, PP 1159-116i Abstract: The reaction of diaLkyl chlorophospnites with -2,2,2-trJ-cI-I1oro-l- -hydroxyethyl aikyl sulfides -- hemim-rcaptalS Of C-q!Oral -- yie:LUed Lhe corresponding phospnites. fhese phospnites can be oxidized and can combine with sulfur to form the corresponding pnosp.'Ilates and tniophusp-n-ato:i. 1/1 USSR UDC 629.78:S33.1 GURYLEV, V. G., YELISEYEV, S. N. "The Theory olf the "Pseudojump" in the Input Sector of a Channel" Uch. zal). Tsentr. Acrogidrodinam. In-ta fScientific Writirips of Central C, - Institute of Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics], Vol 3, No 3, 1971, p1) 21S-55, (Translated from Referativnvy Zhurnal, llaket os troy en iye, ti'o 9, 1972, Abstract No 9.41.152, from the Resume). Translation: A flow model is StUdied for a "PSC11dOjL1J1p," fO1-11v:!d in I channel with parallel walls when a supersonic flow is docclerated. It is shown with various assumptions concerning the distribution of the M nuinber- through the cross section of the channel that as the static pressilre in- creases over the length of the "pseudojujiip," the velocity I)rol'jlL'.,; mid total pressure profiles are smoothed. With large M numbers of th(~ flo-.~ (ski > 2), the flow at the beginning of the "pscudojump" separates, corrc-s- ponding to the experimental data produced. 8 Figures; 4 Biblio. Refs. UDC: 621.)75-a, USSR GURZO, V. V., KULiKOV, ell. N. and STAL',-UKHOV, V. S. "Experimental Investigation of a Type M Electron Beam Paranetric Ampiifier with Distributed Coupling" Kiev, Izvestiya VUZov SSSR--Radioe1ektronika, No 5. 1970, pp 642-~~4,: Abstract: "'his article presents results of the exparii-,ent:il j1nv-3sLJ1.;,: t] of an M-type parametric amplifier in the decimeter range with a bckward fast Cyclotron wave in which tae couplarg and pumping components are made of sections of flat I delay structures usually used in type M beam devices. A for,n4la i,-, fowid for the gain of the amplifier, and from it is dorived a second relatian:~11ip cconnectin:, U the constant of 'the pumping wave propagation with the constant fieLds and thio pumping frequency. It is found that the gain in the p=ping ro&ion is propor- tional to the square of the delay in the pumping wava. The delay, in turn, characterizes the degree of nonuniformity in the high-frequency pumping field in the transverse direction. A defect of this particular amplifier is the car- paratively high transniszion loss with pumping. The author asserts, huwevor, tnat methods of reducing these losses are already becoming apparent. IIISSPI UDC 615.616.24-003'.656.6 GLM11Z I I E YEV A. A., G "Characteristic of tile Coi;ihincd Effect of Coal Dus't and Radon Experimentally" V sb. Materialy XXI-XXII I)ICtIL11110V ROSP. ICO[HiS. po bor'be s sil.i- kozoni (Materiais of the Twenty-first to Twenty-second Plenums of tile RepUbliC COVIIIASSiOn for ConLrollinlg Silico.,3is-Collection. of Works), Kiev, NTaLl.kOva dunka, 1972, I)P 117-123 (from RZI-l--Farmako- logiya, Khimioterapevticheskiye Sredstva. Toksikolo--iya, No 3, Mar 73), Abstract No 3.54-890) Translation: Uncler the joint effect of small cot) centra t ions oC radon (T) creating a radiation do.-30 of Illore than 76 ra(Is, tile tissue is intensif ied. rhe effect caused bv coal dust on tile lung developed anthracosis had a inore severe nature and was accompanied by infection of tile Vessels, and brorichial. oplbhel itim. The effect or the coal dust in the -iven experiment did not- lead Io Life accumulation of collagen in tile lungs; I had no effect; on this process. Under the combined effect of coal dust and I, significant Shifts were Obsorved if] tile composition of the peripheral blood, 1/2 Y U SSR GURMEYEV, A. A., OTROSHCUENIKO, Nl. kl-l., Materialy XXI-"'XIT plenui,-tov, Resp. komis. po borlbc s silikozom, 1972, pp 117-123 the thagrocytic activity of the laucocytes, the ascorbic acid m r etabolism and the basic electrolyte metabolism. USSR. Donetsk, Medical Institute. 'Y /,) USSR IqUSACHI~'K01_L - K. UDC 629.7.036-54-66:536-46 "The Possibility of Very Low-Frequency Oscillations in a Se=enclosed Volume', Moscow, Goreniye i Vzryv--Sbornik (Combustion and Explosl4on--Collection of Works), Nauka, 10,72, pp 100-103 (from Referativnyy Zhurnal--Aviatsionnyye i Raketnyye Dvigateli, No 2, 1973, Abstract No 2.34.142. Resume) Translation: Consideration is given to the operation of a chamber with super- sonic discharge of the products of an end charge, along the axis of which a rapid-burning rod is inserted without clearance. There is disclosed the possi- bility of oscillations connected with distortion of the conic shape of the corn- bustion surface. Obtained by the method of small disturbances, and confirmed by the numerical calculations of a nonlinear problem, is the cordition of stability: -3.603 4 2(-V 1- Y)/(l- V) < 2; d ln u1 d ln u1 d ln p d 1n p where u, u1 aro the combustion rates of the fuol and the rod. 2 figures. 4 references. 1/1 USSR UDC 519.2 I~USAK, D. V. OlExtremal Values of Nondegenerate Wiener Processes Controlled by a Finite Markov Chain" Teoriva veroyatnostey i mat. stat. Hezhved. nauch. sb. (Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics. Interdepartmental Scientific Collection), 1972, vyp. 6, pp 49-53 (from RZh-Kibernetika, No 9, Sep 72, Abstract 9V38) Translation: A study was made of the two-dimensional Harkov process Ixt, E(O) where xt is a uniform '11,1arkov chain with a finite number of values k = 1, n and the generating matrix Q. The process is called the Wiener process controlled by the 'I'Larkov chain xtif i a 0 t(Q4A /21)B (t, a) (e xt k/r,(O) = 0, x. r)jj = e 2 1 where B is a nondegenerate diagonal matrix with the elements 02 > 0 (k n). In this paper a study was made of the joint distribution of the process and its maximum ~+(O = sup &M, and some factorization identities are estab- lished. O 105) from 20 to 40 percent. The magnitudes of the channel resistances, and the per- missible power dissipation are presented, and also the depE!Udence of tiie output channels on the input, linear to 10-8 - 10-6 amp. 5 ill. 6 ref. N. S. USSR UDC 575.2:576.895.421 Q5ALOVA10 N. G., iii1itary Medical Academy imeni. S. M. Kirov and Institute of Zoology an =Parasitology imeni Acadenician Ye. N. Pavlavskiy, Academy of Sciences Tadzhik SSR "Variability of the Morphological Properties of 1Jyalor-.!:.-.a scupense P. Sch. 1918 and 11yalorom detritun, P. Sch. 1919 Ticks and Its Significance for T ax o n o ray " Dushanbe, Doklady Al~adernii Nauk. 'Fadzhi-Irskoy SSR, Vol 15, Nlo 3, 1972, pp 69-72 Abstract: Horpholo-lcal L;Ludies conducLed to k/110HIC f I I' . dO C I- j t (I fil and 11. scupenst, represent two diffFerent species or just one species wiLli sea~;onal variations vielded the following dara. on Lh~,- the bod; rr -male 11, d!L,.,L-,! Lum 1~,) 0. m !, 'B , ~1- .9 longer than that. of male II. -~xupcm- females are equally long, but H. .9cupmse -is 0.2 Lh;in, Ii. dcotrit,-m. The length of the peritrere process and the size of the suban;.1 thora:~ r in iale r f7 U e r~s C- L, ~- a r e4 r ly con~3tant in -.31e S C H. detriLu.-,n have longitudinal wrinkles on the Liorsal -'c species have dots on the dorsal thor.,-%. Conclu!~.Sons be ;11-V(-r co", letion of cross-mating experiments. USSR LDC 54t (15 + 64) GUSAKOVSK&YA 1. G. , Institute of Chemical Physics, Acadeny of Sciences USSR "Radiation Liquid Phase Polymerization of Butanediol dimethylaetacryllate" Moscow, Kh1miya. Vysokikh Energiy, Vol 7, No 4, Jul-Aug, 73, pp 354-157 Abstracti A detailed analysis has been carried out on some aspects of radia- tion liquid Phase polymerization of butanediol. d1methylm3tacryllate (m). The investigattlion has shown that the photo- and chemically induced radiation polymerization adheres to general regulations, DurinS polymerization of the monomer at lower temperature in liquid phase, anoxalies are observed which can be explained on -the basis of molec* association. 'A USSR UDC 597-015-15 PROTASOV, V. P., IMPRCGHIN, A. YU.,-GUPARA and KUPRIYA.11OV, V. S., Institute of Animal Evolutionary Morphology and Ecoloal ineni A. 14. Severtsov, Moscow, and Azov-Black- Sea Scientific Research Institute of Marino Fisheries and Oceanography, Kerch' "Sounds Emitted by the Anchovy (Engraulls encrasicholus L.) in a Light Field" Moscow, Voprosy Ikhtiologii, Vol 12, Vyp 2(73), 19?2, PP 394-396 Abstracti Apparently fish withIn a light field enit Eso=,dr- that attract other fish outside the light field. This reaction wan tested ill 17 eX-,xjx1MC-nt,3 11ith anchovies on the Black Sea in March 1970 using television, undex-riater photo- graphy, sound recording, and oscillographic awdyais. Before light was introduced the fish craitted rare high-frequency crackling sounds and P_ lo~,- frequency per-oistent druaming that was attributed to other fish imecies. When a submerged 1zlm-D w_aua switched on the fish congregated about it, rrAtting sounds of higher frequency at a significantly greater rate. These result.., were con- firmed with those of latoratory tank experiments with Lauca!opoius dolineatu-, Heck. When lights wo-re turned on after 3 m1nutes of dax,:ness t~:q acoustic activity of the fish increased noticeably. Those Significalit dJ1ff(.'r-jllcuL; In acoustic activity in the abGence and prosence of light. should be studica in their applic-otion to fi--h attraction methods. f 112 038 UNCLASSI FIED PROCESSING DATE--27NOV70 TITLE--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF MAZOUT EOUIPMEINT IN THERMAL POWER STATIONS -U- AUTHOR--GUSAR, F.G. COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE--ELEKT. STANTSII (USSR)t VOL- 419 NO. 3y P. 70-2 (1970) DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--ENERGY CONVERSION (NON-PROPULSIVE), PROPULSION AND FUELS TOPIC TAGS--THERMOELECTRIC POWER PLANTj TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT, COMBUSTION EFFICIENCYt FUEL COMBUSTION CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS-UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--3007/0503 SHP tiO--I.)R/0104/'fO/O(~1/00.3/0010/0072 CARC ACCESSION f-10--AP0135966 H:i,-"j.ASSIFIE0 2/2 038 UNCLASSI FIED PROCESSING DATE--27NOV70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0135966 TS WAS ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. A SERIES OF MEASUREMEN CARRIED OUT DURING OPERAT[ON AND MAINTENANCE IN OROER TO IMPROVE THE EQUIPMENT FOR THE BURNING OF MAZOUT IN A THERMAL K)WER STArION. THE MEASUREMENTS WERE DIRECTED TO INCREASING THE RELIABILITY AND SIMPLIFICATION OF MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF THE PLANT. A SERIES OF MEASUREMENTS IS PROPOSED FOR THE APPRECIABLE REDUCTION OF LOSSES OF HEAT AND ELECTRICAL ENERGY IN THE PREPARATION AND COMBUSTION OF MAZOUT. UNIC L -": 5 i 'AJ JFIED USSR bDC 547.26 IVANOVA, ZH. M., GUSAR', N. I., 11IROSHICHENKO9 V. V.o SAMARAY, L. I.# Institute of orgaffra-M-ienistry, Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR "A Yethod of Making Triphosphoric Acid Isocyanide Dichlorides" Moscow, Otrytiya, Izobreteniya, Promyshlennyye Obra--tsy, Tovarnyye ZnaJ,,i, No 15, Apr 73, Author's Certificate No 374321, Division C, filed 25 Jun 71, published 20 Mar 73, p 52 Translationi This Author'B Certificate introducest 1. A M-0-thod. of iT~aking triphosphoric acid isocyanide dichlorides of the genoral formula where R is an alkyl. As a distinguishing feature of the patent, an alkyl dichlorophosphite is reacted with 11-chlorosulphenyl i--ocyariirle dichloride with subsequent isolation of the goal product by conventional methods. 2. A modrification of this netod distinguished by the fact that the alkyl dichloro- phosphite axid N-chlorosulifenyl isocy.,-nide dichloride are tzd~en in a molar ratio of 21l. 3. A moclification of' this method distingui.:;had by the fact that the process is done at 40-500C. 22 USSR UDC 546-183-2 IVANOVA., ZH. M., CUSAR-J, N. I., MIROSHNIMENKO, V. V., and GOLOLOBOV, Yu. G., Institute of Organic' Chemistry, Academy of Sciences, UkrSSR "Reaction of Dialkylaminosulfenyl Chlorides With Alkyl Diflurophosphites" Leningrad, Z-hurnal Obshchey Khimii, vol 42 (1o4), No 9, Sep '[2, p 21-15 Abstract: Diethylaminosulfenyl chloride reacts with two equivalents of 0 '30 ethyl difluorophosphite yielding ethjl difluorothiophosphate, b-p- 78-79 , d~ 1.2293, n20 1.3755, and diethyl amidodifluorophosphate b. p. 44-450/12 mm, 20 D 20 d4 1-1470, nD 1-3730. The starting ethyl difluorophosphite itaH obtained by fluorination of ethyl dichlorophosphite with antimonytriflijoride, b.p. 23-24o, d15 1.0922, J5 1.3280. D MMI USSR UDC 546.185 9MM' N I IVANOVA, Zh. M., KUIUIAR' , V. P., and KI.RSANOV, A. V., Z-3 --- =!1-'--*.; In-stitute (31-Organic Chemistry, Academy of Sciences Ul-rainian SSR "N,N-Dialkyl-N'-Dialkoxyphosphonylformamidines" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khimii, Sep 71, Vol 41, No 9, pp 2107-2108 Abstract: N,N-Dialkyl-N'-dialkoxyphosphonvlformamidines are readily obtained by treating N-dialko-.-yphosphonyliminoformic acid esters with secondary amines at 0-5'C without a solveat + N-dialkoxyphosphonyliminoformic acid methyl ester (II, R'=CI13) was ohtained in low yield from the 1,1-clichl-oromethyl ester and dialkylaniidophosphate, in the presence of Lriethylamine in benzene (ftO)g'(O'NII C1,C110CII, 11(71 58 USSR GUSAROV, A. A. UDC 62-251-755&534.1 "Selection of a System of Balancing Loads for a Flexible Rotoi!' Moscow, Dinamika Gibk. Rotorov -- Sbornik (The Dynamics of Flexible Rotors -- Collection of Works)# Ivaulca, 19?2, pp, 65-73 (from Referativnyy ZhurrL-,l -- Turbostroyenlye, No 1, 1973, Abstract lio 149.109) Translationt A rigid rotor can be . balances by an arbitrary system of loadzt if these loads are selected in such a manner that the sun of their static moments and the disbalance are equal to zero. The attained balance is not disturbed with a change of speed. For flexible rotors this condition i,- a flexible one, but is not sufficient. The initial disturbance and the system of balancing loads bring about various deflections of the rotor,the relation- ships among which change with the rate of rotation. Therefore the balance of a flexible rotor, attained at the balancin- speed, mn be intrinsically disturbed at a different speed if the system of balancing loads has been inaptly selected. The possibility is demonstrated of using the value of the ratio of reactions at two speeds for selecting the type and position of the system of balanced loadst at which the equilibriun. of a flexible rotor, attained on the basis of the first form, will not be Intrinsically disturbed withi,- a range up to the second critical spoed. 2 figures, 8 references. 1/1 j 1 :11 S S V I D~J) I b (,' i S Of) d V - -U N NO I '~ S 3 DD V D ~i I oLeo/bgzo/i(,o/,~#io/oL/9,,oo/z!n--GN cMS 9ot0/tRb1--Ak4V~jj/1--J3d kXOVd 031=jISSV.-13Nfl--SSV-10 IIJAVnDOU SNUIMI'dMb ON--0NIN'dVW 1081%33 301 XCJ*d(]AH '(INnG dW 03 ~;MSSVIOd otqnGdK-.9D wnim 'NOIIVI)OSSIG JO IV3H 'IVIIN310d NUIlVZIN01 'ID3JJ3 IVlla3HI '.LN-1W(RJVGWDb NOVID313 'WMil:)3dS SSVW--SOVI 31d0l SIV11131VVi--SV3'dV ID3rons OL ------- 03HSI-ignd 91VO OL-69Z (Tl4i'~ '0L61 'WIHN 'ZI-J 'Hi-33mos ~JSSn-DANT q0 AVIN(103 -0-1 'AONN3H3NVd "'TeV'-"A0 N - -1 - ACH N 0-8 09 - ( E 0 ) -'d DHln V EOIS~jD GNV 901XMiOAH wnISSVIOd 30 NDIIVIDOSSIO JO S915'd3N3 '(!0HIz-r." l')VdWI N0bl.:)913 NV Aq 031onis S301XMJ(].kH wnis33 ONV wniSSVI0d---~llll OLd3SSI--DIVG ONISSIDOdd G31dissvioNn CEO 2/1 212 033 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--13SEP7C CIRC ACCESSION N9--AP0053291 ABSTRAC'f/EXTRALCT--(U) GP-0- AqSTRACT. THE MASS SPECTRmiumc ELECTRON IMPACT METHOD WAS USED TO REFINE THE DISSOCN. ENERGIES 131F KOH AND CSOH. THRESHOLD POTENTfALS LEADING TO IONS FROM THE REACTIONS 9 YIELDS K PRIME POSITIVEi KOH YIELDS K PRIME POSITIVE, KOH YIELDS KOH DRIME POSITIVE, K SUBZ (OH) SU62 YIELDS K SUB2 OH PRIME POSITIVE, K SU32(OH SUB21 YIELDS K SU32 0 PRIME POSITIVE, C50H YIELDS CS PRIME POSITIVE, AND CSOH YIELDS CSOH PRIME POSITIVE WERE 4.3r 7.8t 7.5t 7.8t 7.6, 7.6, AND 7.4 EV, RESP. THE DISSOCN. ENERGIES OF KOH AND CSOH WERE 80 AND 86 KCAL-MOLE, RESP. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THOSE 2 VALUES WAS ALSO CONFIRMED BY-MEASUREMENT OF THE EQUIL. CONST. FOR THE REACTION CS PLUS KOH YIELUS K PLUS CSOH AT 795-1044DEGREES; A VALUE OF 7.6 KCAL-MOLE WAS OBTAINED. THE IONIZATION POTENTIAL OF K SU82 0 IS 4.6 EV AND THE TEMP. OF ATOMIZATION OF CS SUB2 0 IS 130 KCAL-MOLE. UNCLASSIFIED v. I kXDdd 1 1 S 3 D 1 '8 7.4 j3iv%,itwd',l 1 *-4 r1 .1 tj 1 .13 [) 31 V 'N 113 f) -13 s I s J- I i I %,k I'v-) I i:,iiD e.~' A',) diM) N"J') A X') :)I 'I I 1H ' 'ITA 19 '0 W I D&4,0) Slf) -:!JHdS,) I A i I A i! 13 , o.,4 n 9 ci r) D')I W 9dfj 'J lL,!'N -D'D IV IA-V' I 1 3 1 'J I N V 10 T Adis i e4~-4D--svi,4v, i:)~Pans 0 L ------- 03-ISI Iand 31ve L L -OL 1 0 17 ' Ou L61 , w, i iq)q , A )Hs a ) ,-4 z--i 33nDs 8ssl--DjN,l 39 AdIN,133 *4*A 'VIIININ A V *v*a "S*V 'NJAVIV '*J'W 'AlNSAOXVlSDHS-~JOHlnV -n- SAN~IA-li3AX)NIV31VHINDA *41 Sl:-J-113 1ANIA-Blill I i I Ssv ID%Ifl .3 L I C! N I - -3 1 V I S S 'Tq- Acc. N Abstracting Service: 14049-502- CHEMICAL ABST. 1/3 Ref. Code: 9038h Vinyl ethers of haloalcohols. IV. General Metriod r for synthesizing monohalofilkoxyethylenes. Shostakovskii. M, F.- Atavin. A. S.; Trofimov, B. A..Xalsaro-Y2 A. V.-; NI Itin, k-- 'Vff Rhi k In t pa, . . . uts s m., N .M.; Skorot-QgItova, 1. Ir Irkutsk, USS ). ZZ-05-shch. Khi?n. 1970, 40ki), Tt-,' (Russ). A synthesis of (haloalk-oxv)ethyleries was developed from the Arbuzov rearrangement of vinyloxyalkyl glycol phosphites. Heating 100 g (CH?)G(OH)z and 10 g ROH under 70 inl tetrahy- drofuran in an autoclave 4 hr at 120* gave &4q,-0 H.,C:C.HO- (CH2)60H, b13 950, d" 0.8926, n2DO 1.4460. Treating 0.228 mole vinyl glycol ether in 0.3 mole pyridine and 200 ml Et2O with 0.228 mole phosphorochloridite of a glycol at 15-20' gave, after removal of C5H~X.HCI, (1) (R, R', and R' given): (Clii)t, H, O-CHUL. 0 " CH;C110RO ~ R 40) P130 (1) CH;C110al 0 0 W REEL/ FRAME 19801342 Me, b5 96.5', d2O 1.1000, nV 1.4615; (CH3):, H, Me, b2 86-7% 1.0730,1.4580; (CH2)4, H, Me, bi-s 105*, 1.0599,1.4583; (CH2)g, AP0049502 H, Me, b, 135*, 1.4605; (CHt),,'Me. Nle. bi 87*. 1.0500, 1.4572; (CH:),, Me. Me, bt 105-8*, 1.0391, 1.4595; (CH2),- CHMe, H, Me, bL 90-5*, 1-0511, 1.4520; (CF12W(CHO, H, Me. b, 145% 1.1106, 1.4645,, (CH!),, H, H, b, 93% L1795, 1.4710; 11, b, 65% 1.1334. 1.4614. These with 5 males alkyl halide heated in a seated tube at 90-1500 several fir gave'-)0-85(,',, H.C:CHORX (R and X shown): (CH,)2, F, b. 790, 0.9-45, 1.3860; (CH.)2, Cl, b. 1060, 1.0470, 1.4375; (CH!)!, Br, b~j 50*, 1.4051,1.4710; CH,C14?, I, b4T 71',1.7W, 1.52133; iCHt).j, F, b. 95~80, 0.9534, 1.4003; (C1403, Cl, bn .52-30, 1.0273, 1.4375; (Cli:!)3, Br, b2~ 550,1.3484,1.4-105; (CH!)j, 1. 1>9 j4-5*, 1.6368, 1.5193; (CHz)4, Cl, bil 61-50, 0.9965, 1.4458; (CHO,, Br, b-o 72-30, 1.2860, 1.4710; (Cl-f!"g, 1, b, 70-1.5', 1.5471, 1.5158; (CIII)q, Cl, b12 84-6% 6-9718, 1.4-178; (CH,%)6, Br, b, l.9049,1-4708; (CHI),, 1, hi 10-5', 1.3947, 1.5015; (CH02CHIle, Br, bjo -16-8*, 1.2671, 1.46,50; (CHI)2CH~fe, 1, by 62-40. l,,5056. 1.15080; (Cf1-j)20(Cff2),, Cl, b,, W~-710, 1.10,10, 't 0) (CH:)-.O(CH2.~I. Br, b, 73-5*, 1.3564, 1.4750; (CHOt0- fCH.):, 1, b, 58-9'. 1.5893, 1.5139. Exchange of the iodo AP0049502 members with KF gave the fluoro analogs: (CHI),, F, described above; (C110,, F. described above; i 'C11j),, F, b. 115-220', 0.9272, 1.4045. Rearrangement of I IR = (CH2).., R1 = R2 - Hj with E2C: C11CHjBr resulted in ring opening only and gave 1-1-C: CliCli.P(O',(OCH2Cli2Br)O(CH2)20CH: C142 (III); (PrOMIOCI-1~CH20CH:C142 and EtI similarly gave only the open-chain H2C:CliO(C1JI):OP(O)(Et)OPr, b, 87_90, 1.0476, 1.4417. 111, bi 144-.5', 1.3630, 1.4890, was obtained above in 67(1'C' yield. Reaction of 2 molei chlorohydrin with 2 moles AcH and dry HCI at -,5-0* gave the requisite chloro ethers, which ivith 2.2 mole Et3N at this temp., then 5 hr at 80-90., gave the (lialoalkoxv)ethvlenes H.C: CHORX (R and X shown): (CH2),, Cl; (CE,),, C1 and (CH,)3, Br and (ClIz), Cl, described above. Triethylene glycol and Br with red P gave (BrCH2CH!- OCH2)2 bi.5 103-5', 1.6038, 1.5010, which with pom-d. KOll in a Cu vessel at 95-110* in partial vacuo have l4jC:CHO_ (CHI)IO(CH.),13r, described above. G. M. Kosolapoff.4 19801344 Acc. N Abstracti V00534,54- cmacAL ery,Iqe: Ref. Code: J-1 a (3 6 110704b Vinyl ethers of halo alcohols. V. Synthesis of new functional alkoxyethylenes by nucleophilic substitution of r the halogen. Atavin A. S.; Trofimov, B. A.; Sharnarina. N. V. ~Irtjjtsk. W-RMP"". minn., Imutsk, U'SSR). =rg. Khim. 1970, 6(2). 228-32 (Russ). Ihe reaction ot HtC:CHO(CH0,X (1) (X is Cl 'or Br) with KSCN gave 47- 65TO HiC:CHO(CH2),.SCN (n is 2, 3. or 4). SiMilarly, I reacted with AcCH..C02Et to give 32.5 and 48.0q'c H.C:CHO- (CHOXHAcCO-Et (n is, resp., 2 or 4). The reaction of I with Et2NC(S)SK gave the previously unknown H,,C:CHO- (CHi).SC(S)NEt-(nis2or4). NaCN with I gave H-C: CHO- (CH2),,CN (n is 3 or 4) and Nis,% with I gave [H2C:CHO- (CHOTS12. CPJR.j REEL/ FRAIME 119830,47